When talking about Japanese noodles, you may hear about udon or soba or ramen. So what are the differences? This article will talk about the differences between all three.
What Is Ramen?
Ramen noodles are manufactured from fundamental ingredients: wheat flour, salt, and water. Some may add vegetable oils and flavorings.
What is Udon?
Like soba, udon noodles are extremely popular in Japan. They are made of wheat flour, salt, and water. Udon are glossy white, round, and thick, and they can be made into many shapes; square, wide and thin, round, and more.
What Is Soba?
Soba noodles are served in most Japanese restaurants. The ingredients are buckwheat flour, plain flour, and water, which gives them a richer and nuttier flavor than other noodles. Dried soba noodles are usually dark brown color.
Jolion quality noodles recipe
These three kinds of noodles are easy to cook. Only boil noodles in boiling water for about 3 minutes. Soak and rinse with cold water. Cook noodles with stock and other ingredients until done.
By Carefully selected raw materials using NON-GMO wheat flour, Jolion's noodles are produced in a high standard workshop with very strict processing procedures, suitable for all ages and perfect for households, restaurants, Asian Groceries, Asian Stores, Mainstream catering, food processing Industry, hypermarkets...or any other foods wholesalers and distributors.
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